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|Zebra: The True Account of 179 Days of Terror in San Francisco - Clark Howard|
Zebra: The True Account of 179 Days of Terror in San Francisco by Clark Howard Hair-raising, terrifying true crime, in the tradition of In Cold Blood, about the murders that held San Francisco at mercy for 179 days. Nothing challenges a writer more than the probing of the criminal mind, particularly when that mind is closed, concealing, and motivated by an "ideal," to Zebra, well-known crime writer Clark Howard has met that challenge with a kind of research and determination seldom encountered i...
Keywords: Zebra; race-hate; black crime; black-on-white crime; Muslim; Allah; Nation of Islam; San Francisco
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|Historic Anti Feminism Broadcast In The UK - James Williams|
For the first time in British history an anti feminist broadcast has been allowed to aired on a radio station. EXPRESS FM in Portsmouth UK has allowed this counter Marxist-Feminist argument to be aired. Based on documentaries produced by the man, woman, myth web site and produced by amateur broadcaster James Williams, this program is thought provoking and radical.
Keywords: feminism; domestic violence; false rape accusations; abuse; women; men; male rights; womens rights; anti feminism; hate; fear; anger; divorce; justice; peace; freedom; radio; historic; justice; divorce courts; custody; discrimination; race hate; left wing; children; angry harry; man; woman; myth; fairness; fake; true; love; Marxists; Marx; Lefty; George Rolph; James Williams; freemycatfish; truth; justice; honour; pride; broadcasting; radio; Express FM; speaking out; corruption; radical; documentaries; documentary; British
|St. Louis Argus: February 4, 1916|
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated 2/4/1916. Note: Text is difficult to read on several pages, perhaps some work could be done to clean up this issue for future reading.
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